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Re: Angus Mackay, 1829, W. Zorra, Oxford Co
Posted by: RODNEY SMITH (ID *****9329) Date: August 26, 2003 at 07:02:39
In Reply to: Re: Angus Mackay, 1829, W. Zorra, Oxford Co by Erin of 986

- believe Wm McKay 1799 is Robert William Mckay buried in North Embro Cemetry.

- local history of Oxford County states that the William McKay that lived on Concession 9( who is my G G G grandfather) was known as Captain McKay as he was an officer in the 93 Argyll and Sutherland regiment.

Helped raise a local militia during the rebellion of 1835-1837.

My records say Robert W Mckay maries a Catherine( known as Christy). Could be a Mckay but I am investigating her for possible Sutherland blood links.

My family have a common middle name of B for Bailey, but it could have originally been Bain. No one in family remembers why this middle name was preferred.

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